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Multicultural Student Programs

Multicultural Student Programs, a unit of Student Engagement & Diversity, is committed to providing programs for students that encourage individual and identity development within their path towards becoming social change agents. We provide various programs which create safe environments to affirm and explore one’s identity.

We are committed to providing opportunities for diversity to be welcomed and applauded. Our programs will challenge you to interact with individuals who are different than yourself and we invite you to participate in the programs and services we offer.

Our Mission: Multicultural Student Programs provides students an inclusive environment with the goal of empowering students to explore social change through examining cultural identity, educating self and engaging others.

Identity Months

One method of embracing UNLV's commitment to nurture equality, diversity, and inclusiveness is through Identity Months which correspond with the national heritage and cultural months. UNLV's Identity Months serve as a learning and celebration guide in which specific identity programming is offered on campus to celebrate our nation, our campus, and ourselves.

Students Organizing Diversity Activities

Students Organizing Diversity Activities (SODA) is a student programming board responsible for the planning and implementation of programs recognizing cultural, heritage and awareness months (Latin@ Heritage, LGBT, Disability, Native American, Black History, Women's Herstory, Asian Pacific Island). SODA members are given the opportunity to create new programming ideas for each celebratory month by collaborating with other student organizations.

Join or contact SODA at:

Uncensored

Uncensored is UNLV's special event series that brings awareness to various identity topics.

  • Check back this fall for more information!

Rebel Meet Up

Rebel Meet Up is a diversity fair that provides students resources for success and an opportunity to connect with other students. UNLV offices, student organizations, and local community groups are represented to inform students about their respective programs and services. Rebel Meet Up is geared toward all students (race, gender, ability, nationality, sexual orientation, etc.). Meet up with us on:

  • Friday, August 21, 2015 from 1-3 p.m. in SU 208

Rebel Meet Up Agenda

Rebel Meet Up
Rebel Meet Up